Configuring Specifications – Word Template

In the Word Template section in the Configure Word Specification dialog, you can also modify the Word template file that determines the text styles in the specification.

Click on Edit to edit the current Word template, or Import to import an existing Word template. Clicking Use Default will reset the template to the default.

After editing a document, simply close the instance of Word that the template document was edited in to save it in your design. A popup will appear if you click Save or Save As in Word.

The styles that will affect the specification by default are as follows:

  • AxureHeading1 (Section Heading: Pages, Masters, etc.)
  • AxureHeading2 (SubSection Heading: Page Name, Master Name, etc.)
  • AxureHeading3 (SubSection Heading: User Interface, Object Table)
  • AxureHeading4 (SubSection Heading: Dynamic Panel label)
  • AxureHeadingBasic (SubSection Heading: Dynamic Panel state name, Image label, Droplist label)
  • AxureTableCellText (Text in Object and Interactions Table)
  • AxureTableColumnHeader (Column Headers in Object and Interactions Table)
  • AxureTOCHeading (Header for Table of Contents)
  • Normal (Body of Page Notes)
  • Outline numbered (Page List, Master List)

You have the ability to change the name of the style you would like to use for each type of heading or text. For example, you can choose to use the built-in Word styles like Heading 1 and Heading 2 so that you can take advantage of the document map feature in Microsoft Word. If you choose to use non-default styles, you can create and edit your specified styles in the Word template.




Word Template